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Public Address 28/11/06 – Maxim-ising The Vote

PUBLIC ADDRESS 28/11/06 - Maxim-ising The Vote

Maxim-ising the vote | Nov 28, 2006 09:15
Russell Brown's Hard News

Finally got my copy of The Hollow Men last night. It's fascinating. Hard News gets a citation on p209. The date and title of the cited post are wrong, but the content is correct...,


Re Joyce! | Nov 27, 2006 16:21
David Slack on his own account

Mr Key and Dr Brash have both put a clean square bat to a tricky ball: It went to my party email address, not my private one. I received it, but I didn't open it. ...,


Been busy. Facilitating vengeance. | Nov 27, 2006 14:10
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

A week after Deborah Coddington called critics of her 'Asian Angst' article 'insane bloggers' with no audience, the Head Vulcan Mr Ng has mind-melded with the Listener, myself and Kumanan Rasanathan had a column in the Herald on Sunday (not online), and,


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